Sizes of Furring Strips?

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A furring strip is a long thin strip of wood which is used to support the finished surfaces in a room by backing surfaces. The strip typically measures 1' x 2' or 1' x 3' and can be laid out perpendicular to joists or studs. The strips are normally used especially where fire-proof supporting elements are required.
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